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Old 08-02-2011, 10:00 AM   #7606
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Most motors when running with timing should not have mechanical timing added. If the MMM is a torque based motor like the LRP X12 then run standard timing on the motor. so with a +10 sensor board standard in the MMM i would turn it down to -10. For gearing, a torque based motor can take more gear try around 6.0 +/- .5. ESC timing, be easy at first, add a little a time until the motor temp rises or you have sufficient speed.
so you saying +20 degree sensor is not necessary for boosted 13.5t motor
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Old 08-02-2011, 11:22 AM   #7607
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Information on the D3 motor I found online suggested that the "Stock" or "zero" mark was 30 degrees mechanical advance.

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When he said stock mark, to me that means the mark the motor was on when he opened the package.
And that is not always zero
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Old 08-02-2011, 11:28 AM   #7608
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When he said stock mark, to me that means the mark the motor was on when he opened the package.
And that is not always zero
it was middle mark so yes it was Stock
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Old 08-02-2011, 12:37 PM   #7609
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With the d3, running boosted, I, me, myself, have found that two lines of advanced timing past the zero mark is where MY motor ran the best and my temps were in check.
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Old 08-02-2011, 01:41 PM   #7610
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With the d3, running boosted, I, me, myself, have found that two lines of advanced timing past the zero mark is where MY motor ran the best and my temps were in check.
two lines to the + side or the - Side? i take it prob the + side
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Old 08-02-2011, 11:16 PM   #7611
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yes plus side,

it is my opinion that some motors need mechanically timing along with boost to perform, some people say, leave the motor on zero and use only the esc to gain timing, I disagree with that.

if you have a older car that has a mechanically timing distributor or vacum disturbutor you will know, setting your static timing to zero makes your engine run like crap even thou as the rpms go up timing is being added.

I know you can't compare a engine to a motor, (wierd guy on tv voice...) or can they.. I think they can when it comes to timing and what it does.
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ok guys What to do next. I got 0 drag Brake Set in the ESC and every time i Let off the gas it feels like the car still Has drag brake not sure if the car is comming out of Turbo where it would feel like that or what? Any idea?
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Widen the dead band.
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Thank you.. By the next time i race i think i got a desent ESC Setting on this thing lol
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ok guys What to do next. I got 0 drag Brake Set in the ESC and every time i Let off the gas it feels like the car still Has drag brake not sure if the car is comming out of Turbo where it would feel like that or what? Any idea?
Sounds like you haven't recalibrated the esc
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its not a calibration issue.

some radios, like the DX3r has a window that you can open to watch the actual numbers given from the throttle pot and steering pot in the radio, they don't always return to full zero, thus, you get drag brake, opening up the dead band fixes this.
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Where on Gods green earth do I find a GT2.0 pro blue esc. Seems that every online store is out of stock. Actually am after 4 for my new off road buggies and SC10's. Any help much appreciated.
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Where on Gods green earth do I find a GT2.0 pro blue esc. Seems that every online store is out of stock. Actually am after 4 for my new off road buggies and SC10's. Any help much appreciated.
http://www.walterrchobby.com.au/

these guys are showing they have them in stock
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its not a calibration issue.

some radios, like the DX3r has a window that you can open to watch the actual numbers given from the throttle pot and steering pot in the radio, they don't always return to full zero, thus, you get drag brake, opening up the dead band fixes this.
My Raido Does Do This i turn the Thro Dead Band to Normal and issue fixed right away!

Thanks Skypilot for all the help!
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need help for some stock v3 17.5 non boost setup with 20+ degree sensor.
what would be a good starting gear ratio with how many degree?

just got my mmm 13.5t can wait to run it at the local annual race this weekend
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